Season 1

#CyberChats Podcast 001: There's No Hiding in a Digital World - featuring guests Eliot Jardines and Charissa Kim

Episode Details

Have you ever stopped to think about all the information you share online? From your likes and dislikes to your location and even your personal conversations, your personal data is not only collected by companies every day but, thanks to new technologies, is also made available to individuals and groups around the world. So what happens with all of that seemingly harmless information when the wrong person has access to it?

In this episode, we take a closer look at the world of technology and how it affects your personal privacy. We talk with our guests about the issue of inadvertently sharing private information, explore ways in which our personal data can be exploited, and discuss what you can do to protect your information and keep it, and yourself, safe.

But don't worry, we're not just going to talk about boring rules – This week’s Episode Challenge will help you see firsthand just how easily you can find someone starting with a simple picture.

So, grab your headphones, and get ready to learn all about the not-so-secret life of your data. It's time to take control of your online identity and keep your private info safe!

Although the challenge for this episode is closed, you can view the challenge below, and you can view a video about the solution via YouTube Visit the Challenge Page to see more challenges.

*The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed are the speaker’s own and do not represent the views, thoughts, and opinions of the National Cryptologic Foundation. The material and information presented here is for general information purposes only.

Listen to the Podcast - plus see video & transcript options.

Video interview with Eliot Jardines via our YouTube channel.
Video interview with Charissa Kim via our YouTube channel.
Read the episode transcript.
View a video about the Challenge 001 solution.

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Episode 001 Challenge

Look at the following picture. Use any open source information tools in order to find the location where this picture was taken. Use a physical address as your answer. **The answer is not stored on this website**

Solutions are no longer being accepted for this challenge. Watch a video of the challenge solution via our YouTube Channel.

Remember to check the Challenge Page and Leaderboard Page for latest info.

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